QuadReal Seeks Sustainability Solutions through Project Greenlight

As one of Canada’s largest real estate companies, QuadReal Property Group manages more than 40 million square feet of real estate nationwide. One of its biggest uncontrolled expenses is damage from water leaks. QuadReal has issued a Targeted Call through the Project Greenlight platform for a Leak Detection and Prevention Challenge. The focus is on solutions that address the principal causes of leaks in multi-unit residential buildings. Get more detail on the Quad Real challenge page.

QuadReal’s second challenge on Project Greenlight is for digital clean technology. This could be solutions that improve connectivity and digital security or occupancy tracking systems. Solutions must support QuadReal’s efforts to reduce the carbon footprint of its Canadian operations by 80% by 2050 while lowering operating and/or maintenance costs.

Project Greenlight is a demonstration platform that brings public and private enterprises together with innovators to rapidly source, screen, and onboard sustainability solutions. Created by the Vancouver Economic Commission and supported by program delivery partner Foresight, Project Greenlight is sponsored by TD Bank Group and Western Economic Diversification Canada. 

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Karen Speirs

Karen Speirs is a communications specialist with experience in journalism, public relations, and corporate communications. Her passion is storytelling; Karen has authored several books and has provided writing services for a broad range of private and public sector organizations. Her most recent role was leading external communications for Best Buy Canada. The BC tech industry figures prominently in Karen’s work experience, including Communications roles with Innovate BC and the Digital Technology Supercluster.

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